Professor Craig Burnside
- Research Professor of Economics (Economics)
- BA (Hons), University of British Columbia, 1985
- PhD, Northwestern University, 1991
- Professor, Duke University, 2004-
- Professor, University of Virginia, 2002-04
- Economist, Senior Economist & Lead Economist, World Bank, 1995-2002
- Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh, 1992-95
- Assistant Professor, Queen's University, 1990-92.
- Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research
Craig is a member of the Finance research cluster.
Areas of Expertise:
- International finance
- National Science Foundation Grant, SES-0516697, 2005–2009.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Research Grant No. 410-92-790, 1992.
- IBM Research Support Program Grant for Supercomputing Research, 1988–1989.
- Allen Starling Johnson Jr. Distinguished Undergraduate Research Assistant program, Spring/Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2006.
- Grant, Bankard Fund for Political Economy, University of Virginia, July 2003–June 2004.
- Grants, World Bank Research Advisory Group, 2002, 1999–2001, 1997–1998.
- Advisory Research Committee Grant, Queen's University, 1990–1991.
- Li, Danyang
Understanding the Information flows in FX Factors
- 1st Year PhD Macroeconomics, Duke University
- Undergraduate Intermediate Macroeconomics, Duke University
- Undergraduate and PhD level International Finance, Duke University
- National Fellow, Hoover Institution, 1998-99
- Board of Editors, American Economic Review (2001-06, 2011-)
- Co-editor, Canadian Journal of Economics (2007-10)
- Associate Editor, Review of Economics and Statistics (2012-)
- Associate Editor, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (2003-11)